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African Man Can’t be called a Foreign National In the soil of Africa

African Man Can’t be called a Foreign National In the soil of Africa

 

We call up on Africa Union not to use member states polarizing words calling Africa Nationals a Foreign Nationals in his own continent Africa. Africa unification is only realized by reclaiming our right and by practicing the right policy implementation to the way forward to meet the agenda 2063. We all share the same consanguinity and history. We shouldn’t be victim of wrong connotation based on artificial boards that is lined by our colonial masters. We are twined by the struggle for freedom and common destinations, according to agenda 2063, which is adapted by all African head of state that the abolishment of visa requirements for all African citizens in all African countries will be implemented by 2018. We have to ask ourselves that where and when we can start the groundwork and how we can implement those big ideas agenda in place without a proper African immigration and citizenship policy at national level? While we are struggling how we integrate fellow African citizens in our given space.       

The border that we are claiming the identity we are carrying today doesn’t represent who we are rather “we are Africans” today’s boarders is not lined by ourselves rather we are implementing our colonial masters agenda to define who we are today, however we are amplifying their balkanization more than the colonial rulers by calling our own fellow Africa citizens as foreign nationals. We are good in implementing the architecture of Berlin, with high degree by alienating a person who lives the other side of our borders by calling foreign nationals.   

 

With the same concept an African who lives in other corner Africa can’t be identified as Diaspora in his own continent as result of moving from west part of Africa to Southern Africa or vise versa. We found that we are a good copier of words and languages that are not ours, however we forgot our own Ubuntu and other reconciling words and phrases, which gives us a sense of compassion and oneness.

 

Therefore, we call upon Africa Union Commission, PRC, AU Executive council to forward this great concern to all African Governments to address in the up coming Head of Stats Summit in South Africa. We kindly ask the summit to adapt that Africans who are living in African territories should be called a Foreign National. With the same note we call up on member of the media, Academic community, and civil society to restrain calling our African brothers and sisters a Foreign nationals we are “African Nationals”, a foreign national is a person who is born and live out of African landmass and shores.          

 

Africa states shouldn’t discriminate African citizens‼

 

April 11, 2015

Africa Speaks Secretariat

Pretoria, South Africa.

Africa Speaks: UN ECOSOC Especial Consultative status and Africa Union ECOSOCC General Assembly Member.

 

African Man can’t be called a Foreign National In the soil of Africa

 

We call up on South Africa Governments to correct calling an Africa Man and Women who residing in South Africa as a foreign national in their own continent? Africa unification is only realized by reclaiming our right and by practicing the right policy to the way forward to meet the agenda 2063. We all share the same consanguinity and history and we shouldn’t be victim of wrong connotation and artificial borders, which is lined by our colonial masters. We are twined with the struggle for freedom and our comment destinations, according to agenda 2063, which is adapted by all African head of states that the abolishment of visa requirements for all African citizens in all African countries will be implemented by 2018. We have to ask ourselves that where and when we can start the groundwork and how we can implement those big ideas in place without a proper African immigration and citizenship policy at national level?    

The border that we are claiming the identity we are carrying today doesn’t represent who we are rather “we are Africans”. Today’s boarders is not lined by ourselves rather we are implementing our colonial masters agenda to define who we are today, however we are amplifying European balkanization more than the colonial rulers by calling our own fellow African citizens foreign nationals. We are good in implementing the architecture of Berlin, with high degree by alienating a person who lives the other side of Limpopo river by calling foreign nationals, criminals, economic migrant and so on.   

 

With the same concept an African who lives in other corner Africa can’t be identified as Diaspora in his own continent as result of moving from west part of Africa to Southern Africa or vise versa. We found that we are a good copier of words and languages that doesn’t represent us, however we forgot our own Ubuntu and other reconciling words and phrases, which gives us a sense of compassion and oneness.

 

We call upon the government of South Africa, to take positive action, which reconcile our wounded nation by avoiding polarizing words and statements about African Nationals. With the same note, we call up on member of the media, Academic community, and civil society to restrain calling our African brothers and sisters a foreign nationals we are African Nationals, a foreign national is a person who is born and live out of African landmass and shores.         

 

 Stop victimizing our brother and sisters by wrong message!!

 

South Africa is for those who live in it‼

April 11, 2015

Africa Speaks Secretariat

Pretoria, South Africa.

 

Africa Speaks: UN ECOSOC Especial Consultative status and Africa Union ECOSOCC General Assembly Member

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Comment by Bomani Sadiki (aka..Ras Jahbo) on February 12, 2016 at 6:22am

This should apply also to InI dat return to Afrika. Some years ago , there were so policies that allow land for returning Afrikans. now it seem difficult. Resident permits are hard to come by, and laws differ from country to country.

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